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  • Journalists interviewing Ambassador Swan and Minister Maker Mwangu. (State Dept. Images)

    CALI Organized an English Language Symposium

    U.S. Ambassador James C. Swan, and Minister of Primary and Secondary Schools Maker Mwangu Famba, officially opened the National English Language Symposium (NELS) on October 14, 2015 in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo.

  • Under Secretary of State Sarah Sewall (State Dept. Images)

    Under Secretary of State Sewall Travels to DRC

    Under Secretary of State for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights Sarah Sewall is traveling in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) from October 18-24, 2015. While in the DRC, Under Secretary Sewall will discuss bilateral and regional issues.

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  • PEPFAR funds the renovation of medical labs

    PEPFAR funds the renovation of medical labs

    On September 22, The International Center for the AIDS Care and Treatment Programs (ICAP) inaugurated two renovated laboratories located in “Hôpital General de Reference de Ndjili (HGR Ndjili)” and “Centre Mère et Enfant de Ngaba (CME Ngaba)”.

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  • The newly inaugurated Teacher Training Resource in Mbandaka. (State Dept. Images)

    Teacher Training Resource Center Opens in Mbandaka

    On August 20, 2015 Embassy Kinshasa inaugurated a Teacher training Resource Center (TRC) in Mbandaka, Equateur. Over 100 new English teaching books were provided by the U.S. Embassy's Congo American Language Institute (CALI). English conversational books level 1 to 3 including English Club books will be available or teachers and students to use. The project to provide resources was funded by the U.S. State Department in collaboration with U.S. Embassy of Kinshasa.

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  • English Language Specialist Kathleen Malu and Information Resource Center Director Alain Mesa present the books to ISP Kikwit professors. (State Dept. Images)
    CALI Donates English Books to ISP Kikwit and Gungu

    The U.S. Embassy’s Congo American Language Institute (CALI) was pleased to offer ISP teachers college in Kikwit and Gungu in Bandundu province a donation of English books to enhance the schools’ English language program. CALI was represented by Senior English Language Fellow Dr. Bryce Smedley. 

  • Steven Kanane, President of KACCO delivering a speech. (USAID Images)
    Opening of a newTasting Coffee Center in DRC

    On July 7, 2015, U.S. Embassy in the DRC inaugurated a new analysis and tasting coffee center of the National Coffee Office (ONC-Bukavu) with support from USAID and the Buffet Foundation. Governor of South Kivu Marcellin Cishambo; Director of ONC Mr. Saiba Nzanzu ... 

  • Young musicians playing on stage with The Adams Larson Quartet at the US Embassy ( Photo Felix Masi)
    Concert Reaches Vulnerable Congolese Youth

    The Adam Larson Quartet, an American Jazz group on a musical exchange through American Music Abroad, collaborated with Polyv’art, a local community based arts NGO and with the professional Congolese jazz group-JazzYaKongo .The group led a two day workshop with young artists from Masina. 

  • Assistant Secretary Tom Malinowski Travels to DRC

    Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor Tom Malinowski will travel to Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, from June 1 until June 4.    »

  • Embassy Special Self Help Funds Project in Kananga
    Embassy Special Self Help Funds Project in Kananga

    The Centre d’Encadrement des Filles Meres, located in Tshikaji, near Kananga (Kasai Occidental), is a small training center for single mothers, supported by the Embassy’s Special Self-Help Fund in August 2014 along with five other groups. 

  • PAO Ellen Masi addressing students at UPC. (State Dept. Images)
    PAO Ellen Masi Highlights Mission Programs at UPC

    On January 29, 2015, PAO Ellen Masi was an honored guest at the official launch of the fourth edition of the Protestant University of the Congo 's (UPC's) student magazine "UPC Today." Ellen's remarks highlighted the importance of English in the world today.    »

  • US Ambassador to the D.R. Congo James C. Swan and Vodacom General Manager Murielle Lorilaux hand out a computer to the Permanent Secretary of the Board of Administration of Universities in DRC Dr. Clément Mwabila. (State Dept. Images)
    Promotion of Computer Literacy at UNIKIN

    The U.S. Embassy was pleased to partner with Vodacom Congo to open a Computer Literacy Center at UNIKIN’s Faculté de Sciences on Friday, December 19, 2014. This computer literacy center is a powerful example of a successful public-private partnership that the U.S. Embassy is proud to be part of.  

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